She decided to come around! In Touch can reveal that not only did Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham show up to her mother, Debra Danielsen‘s wedding to Dr. David Merz — she also served as the honorary maid of honor. How sweet!
“I don’t think I changed my mind about coming,” Farrah exclusively told In Touch. “I just think this is how it should have been done. I don’t need to be pressured by a production company to do things their way or be told how Farrah is. I know that I’m a great daughter. I’m a great person. I’m loving, I’m caring, and I’m awesome. I was just tired of being portrayed a certain way on Teen Mom and how I was filmed, and that’s why I’m not working with the production I was filming Teen Mom with anymore. That’s why they’re not here.”
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“I’m still working with Viacom. I didn’t breach my contract and hate crimes and things against me that the other Teen Moms don’t have to deal with, which it’s obvious is a hate crime,” she continued. “I am over that time in my life and I only look forward to working with a professional company to portray real reality TV and watch my real story, instead of trying to sabotage my mom’s wedding and our relationship. I didn’t allow that and I’m happy I came here tonight.”
Farrah even shared a special toast for the newlyweds during their reception at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha, NE. “It’s been an up and down year for me. I’m very protective of my mom and I love her so much and I’m happy to see, David, that you love my mom just as much. You’re strong, and that’s what she needs. Someone by her side who is very strong and loving. I’m happy to have you as part of my family and to be part of your family. It’s been an amazing opportunity to come together. I love you both.”
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